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NUCAFE: National Union of Coffee Agribusinesses and Farm Enterprises

Isaaya Kizza is a 23-year-old young man with a passion for coffee farming. He describes his love for farming as a “bitter-sweet love story”.
At the tender age of 19, Kizza began working on the farms neighbouring Nkokonjeru village in Buikwe District, during school holidays to supplement his pocket money at school.

With funding from the EU (European Union), NUCAFE is working to try to mark coffee and relate it to its region of production. Joseph Nkandu, the executive director of Nucafe, explained that although coffee is the country’s third most important foreign exchange earner it is high time Ugandan coffee is identified by region of production.

NUCAFE roast & ground Coffee is available on the market in such clean and quality packages. This Coffee is grown & processed in Uganda and owned by the farmer at every stage of the value chain. You can get such quality Coffee at Omukago Coffee Shop

60 Coffee farmers from Isingiro District came for a study at NUCAFE Demo Farm in Bunjakko.

Coffee farmers of Bukakimu and Mitala Maria region have launched their Coffee hulling plant which they have been setting up over time with support from  Caritas Uganda - an International humanitarian and development organisation of the Catholic Church; and NUCAFE

Hope for Rural Wealth Creation